October 24, 2008 01:36 PM
Last week, The New York Times announced that it was finally launching the first of its long-awaited news APIs."Application programming interface" may sound complicated, but its essence is simple: the Gray Lady was packaging up its news in... Continue reading
Nancy Scola is a Brooklyn-based writer, blogger, and editor currently serving as associate editor of techPresident. She's worked in the past on Capitol Hill, in presidential politics, and in progressive radio.
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